Erdogan: We are ready to strengthen cooperation with Austria in transporting gas to Europe

Erdogan: We are ready to strengthen cooperation with Austria in transporting gas to Europe Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his country's readiness to strengthen cooperation with Austria in the field of transporting natural gas from the Caspian and Mediterranean Seas to Europe. He also stressed that Turkey will continue to make all efforts to establish peace between Russia and Ukraine.  On Sunday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his country's readiness to strengthen cooperation with Austria in the field of transporting natural gas from the Caspian and Mediterranean Seas to Europe.  The Communication Department of the Presidency of the Turkish Republic said in a statement that President Erdogan discussed, during a telephone conversation with Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer, bilateral relations and regional issues, including the Russian-Ukrainian war.  Erdogan expressed his satisfaction with the level of relations between the two countries during the recent period, according to the statement.  He pointed out that the Turkish community in Austria constitutes the strongest human bond between the two countries, stressing that Austria's attention to the comfort and well-being of Turkish society will enhance the current positive atmosphere between Ankara and Vienna.  He stressed that Turkey will continue to make all efforts to establish peace between Russia and Ukraine.  Erdogan also expressed his aspiration to restart the existing mechanisms of relations between Turkey and the European Union, to make tangible progress regarding the lifting of entry visas for Turkish citizens to the European Union countries, to open good chapters in the path of Ankara's accession to the European Union, and to start negotiations to modernize the Customs Union without delay.  He referred to Turkey's strategic position regarding the transfer of energy resources from the Caspian Seas and the eastern Mediterranean to Europe through Turkish territory.  He noted that Austria is an important natural gas distribution center in Europe, expressing Ankara's readiness to strengthen its cooperation with Vienna in this regard.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced his country's readiness to strengthen cooperation with Austria in the field of transporting natural gas from the Caspian and Mediterranean Seas to Europe. He also stressed that Turkey will continue to make all efforts to establish peace between Russia and Ukraine.

On Sunday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his country's readiness to strengthen cooperation with Austria in the field of transporting natural gas from the Caspian and Mediterranean Seas to Europe.

The Communication Department of the Presidency of the Turkish Republic said in a statement that President Erdogan discussed, during a telephone conversation with Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer, bilateral relations and regional issues, including the Russian-Ukrainian war.

Erdogan expressed his satisfaction with the level of relations between the two countries during the recent period, according to the statement.

He pointed out that the Turkish community in Austria constitutes the strongest human bond between the two countries, stressing that Austria's attention to the comfort and well-being of Turkish society will enhance the current positive atmosphere between Ankara and Vienna.

He stressed that Turkey will continue to make all efforts to establish peace between Russia and Ukraine.

Erdogan also expressed his aspiration to restart the existing mechanisms of relations between Turkey and the European Union, to make tangible progress regarding the lifting of entry visas for Turkish citizens to the European Union countries, to open good chapters in the path of Ankara's accession to the European Union, and to start negotiations to modernize the Customs Union without delay.

He referred to Turkey's strategic position regarding the transfer of energy resources from the Caspian Seas and the eastern Mediterranean to Europe through Turkish territory.

He noted that Austria is an important natural gas distribution center in Europe, expressing Ankara's readiness to strengthen its cooperation with Vienna in this regard.

The second in a day the occupation army kills a Palestinian woman near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron

The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced, in a brief statement, the death of a Palestinian woman, shot by the Israeli occupation forces, near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron, in the south of the West Bank.

On Sunday, a Palestinian woman was killed by Israeli army bullets, in the south of the occupied West Bank.

And the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported, in a brief statement, the death of a Palestinian woman, shot by the Israeli occupation forces, near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron, in the south of the West Bank.

The ministry added, "The identity of the martyr is not yet known."

While the official Palestinian news agency "Wafa", quoting eyewitnesses, said that the occupation forces fired live bullets at a Palestinian woman, seriously wounding her and leaving her bleeding on the ground.

She added that "the occupation forces declared the area closed military, prevented medical staff from reaching the place, and closed the doors of the Ibrahimi Mosque to its workers from the sanctuary."


In turn, the Israeli army stated, in a brief statement, that "the Border Police forces in the city of Hebron shot a Palestinian girl, after she stabbed a soldier."

The statement indicated that "the soldier was slightly wounded," noting that "the forces shot the Palestinian girl, and killed her."

This martyr is the second to be shot by the Israeli army since Sunday morning, after the 47-year-old martyr, Ghada Ibrahim Sabatien, from the town of Husan, Bethlehem Governorate.
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